DOC NYC Review: ‘My Psychedelic Love Story’

By Jonathon Norcross Joanna Harcourt-Smith grew up in extreme wealth in France raised by a mother who boasted of sleeping with Mussolini — and her story only gets weirder from there. In the newest Errol Morris film, “My Psychedelic Love…

Errol Morris Points His Camera at Steve Bannon, Looking for ‘American Dharma’

By Jonathon Norcross Dharma Noun (in Indian religion) the eternal and inherent nature of reality, regarded in Hinduism as a cosmic law underlying right behavior and social order. Errol Morris’ portrait of former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is…

‘THE B-SIDE: ELSA DORFMAN’S PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY’ – Errol Morris Delivers Concise, Beautifully Done Biopic

by Gregory Crofton Watch this wonderful little film when you’ve got 75 minutes to sit down, take a relaxing break from everyday life, and learn something about photography. “THE B-SIDE” is about a large format Polaroid photographer from Massachusetts you’ve…

Errol Morris’ New Netflix DocuSeries ‘WORMWOOD’ Is Bloated But Good

By Gregory Crofton “WORMWOOD,” a new six-part documentary that premiered Friday on Netflix, feels like everything Errol Morris has been working toward his entire career. It came about because Netflix has deep pockets, and Morris is a big and important…

‘November 22, 1963’: A Short Documentary About JFK Assassination by Errol Morris

In a short film by Errol Morris, Josiah “Tink” Thompson, who has been investigating the Kennedy assassination for nearly 50 years, looks to the photographic evidence. Will we ever know the truth? From The New York Times’ Op-Docs series.

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